TOWARD CENTURY 21 - A USER'S PERSPECTIVE
It is important for hunters, as users, to communicate their point of view to wildlife managers who devise and implement the regulations which govern sport hunting. Such communication is particularly important at this time, as people with different experiences and opportunities, who may not be as concerned about sport hunting and who may feel differently about conservation and wildlife management, are becoming a more vocal majority. In order to do their work more effectively, wildlife managers require additional resource is to hire staff who will conduct research and operate educational and extension programs. All Canadians should be prepared to support such programs financially, and the government should be willing to accept support from the private sector. Users must co-operate and adopt certain common fundamental principles of wildlife management in order to preserve the values inherent in wildlife.
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